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What is Supplemental Instruction?‌

Supplemental Instruction (SI) is an academic assistance program that is meant to increase student performance and retention. SI Leaders attend an assigned class with students and provide regularly scheduled, out-of-class, peer-facilitated study sessions. SI Leaders nurture collaborative learning and encourage students to integrate course content with effective learning strategies. Simply put SI Leaders help students learn to be better students.

Program Vision and Mission

Vision: To intentionally assist with the transformation of individuals into lifelong learners and leaders who are able to work collaboratively, in order to support the attainment of individuals and groups personal, academic, and community goals.

Mission: The SI program is a non-remedial, peer-facilitated, collaborative, and active-learning experience, which helps students’ develop as lifelong learners. The program focuses on supporting student success and retention in historically challenging courses through facilitated study sessions and peer mentoring.

Why was my subject selected for SI?

The SI program seeks to support students in historically challenging courses, or courses which have higher rates of D's and F's, higher rates of Withdraws, high enrollment, and/or present challening course content. SI is designed to support classroom learning and is assigned to a subject because of what is being taught, not because of the manner in which it is being taught. SI supports students to become better students. No matter how well you have done in prior courses, in high school, or at other institutions if you regularly attend SI session you WILL do better in the course. Trust us!

Apply to be a SI Leader

The SI program is currently looking for students to serve as SI Leaders (SILs) for the fall semester. Check out more information and apply. 

Re-Application for Current or Former SI Leaders

If you are a current or former SI Leader, and are interested in returning please complete the appropriate reapplication. This is only for current and former SI Leaders. New candidates please click here

Re-Application Click Here

Spring 2017 SI Supported Courses


Course Section (CRN) SI Leader Location Time
CET-1040 1 (34607) Oscar Juarez-Vera PL 162 M: 1-2pm; W: 11-12pm
CET-2150 1 (31769) Dakotah Mann SSB MW: 2-3pm
CET-2150 2 (31478) Nate Yudnich SSB MW: 4-5pm
EET-1140 1 (30934) Dylan Forrester PL 164 MW: 12:30-1:30pm
EET-1140 3 (31722) Dylan Forrester PL 164 MW: 4-5pm
EET-1040 1 (34444) Nicole Swierczek PL 142 TR: 12-1pm
EET-1140 2 (34637) Danny Vaughan PL 164 T: 3:30-4:30pm; W: 2-3pm
MET-1040 1 (34608) Dakotah Mann SSB TR: 12-1pm


Course Section (CRN) SI Leader Location Time
1100 4 (31564) Jesse Long SI MW: 6-8pm; TR: 3-4pm
1800 1 (31453) JP Lujan SI 1005 W: 12-1pm; F: 2-3pm
1800 3 (30382) Lucie Portilla SI 1003 TR: 12-1pm
1800 4 (31191) Kate Dyer Library M: 8:30-9:30am; T: 11-12pm
1810 1 (32317) Lauren Moser SI 1068/SI 1003 M: 3-4pm/R: 1-2pm
1810 2 (31243) Babu Nikhil SI 1003 T: 7-8am; R: 3-4pm
1810 4 (30068) Carol Torres Mata Library 2nd MW: 12-1pm
2100 2 (34684) JP Lujan SI 1003/LIB 130C T: 1-2pm; R: 10-11am
3100 1 (30074) Sasha Moonitz SI 3005 MW: 9-10am
3100 3 (31260) Jesse Long SI MW: 6-8pm; TR: 3-4pm
3100 4 (31723) Anna Nguyen SI 3005 MW: 3-4pm
3110 1 (31563) Valerie Toman SI 3005 T: 12-1pm; W: 4-5pm
3110 3 (31262)   SI 1003 T: 5-6pm; WF: 11-12pm


Course Section (CRN) SI Leader Location Time
1410  2 (30217) Jaziel Pauda SI 1003 MW: 12:00-12:50pm
1410  4 (30219) Jonathan Grant SSB TW: 2:15-3:15pm
2410  1 (30220) Stephen Bapple SI 1068 MW: 10-11am
2410 4 (30522) Aakash Khadka T:SI 1003/ R:SI 3005 TR: 5-6pm
1410  5 (31247) Stephen Bapple SSB TR: 10:30-11:30am
1410 6 (31919) Jonathan Grant SSB M: 2:15-3:15; T: 3:30-4:30
2420 4 (32178) Roxanne Thoren SI 1005 MW: 5:00-5:50pm
1210 20 (34867) Brian Kelly SSB TR: 2-3pm
2410 6 (34869) Sasha Moonitz SI 3005 TR: 5:00-5:50pm


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